In the rough business climate caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Apple has taken pride in going beyond "competent business as usual" to help. But the company and its trillion-dollar peers should now take the initiative to gather testing data that governments globally are failing to handle. Lives— and their profits— depend on it.
Your hosts discuss the in-depth iPhone SE review done on AppleInsider, plus Stephen has an iPad Magic Keyboard in hand and gives his thoughts on whether he'll keep it or not, and our hosts discuss everything from iOS 13.5 beta features, COVID-19 exposure API and Xcode coming to the iPad.
While Apple is not offering earnings guidance for its third fiscal quarter of 2020, company CFO Luca Maestri said he expects revenues from iPhone, wearables and certain services to suffer a sequential decline in the coming June quarter.
Cynthia Hogan, Apple's vice president for public policy and government affairs, is part of a four-person committee tasked with vetting potential running mates for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
While Apple managed to exceed Wall Street expectations to post an all-time quarterly earnings record for the first calendar quarter of 2020, a period heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, sales of its most important product, iPhone, slumped.
Early in the Q2 2020 Apple financial results conference call, CEO Tim Cook commented on COVID-19 and its impact on the company. While acknowledging how the quarter was originally shaping up to be very different, Cook expressed confidence in the iPhone maker's ability to bounce back from the pandemic.
While supplies last, Amazon is discounting a wide variety of Mophie battery cases and chargers by up to half off. Deals on Apple Watches are also going on now leading up to Mother's Day, with savings of up to $150 off.